How am I charged when I get incoming calls from the States?

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dobes
Coach

When I get incoming phone calls from the States, does it 'cost' me only airtime messages, or is there another charge because the call originates outside Canada?


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ET
TELUS Employee
TELUS Employee

Hi Dobes, you will only be charged regular airtime. I hope it helps. ET

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Hi Dobes, you will only be charged regular airtime. I hope it helps. ET

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dobes
Coach

Thanks! I was afraid to answer! Smiley Happy

Pamely
Ambassador
Hey Dobes, let me tell you as long as you are in your local area you can even receive calls from China and for you it will be locally because the caller is the one who is paying the LD. 🙂
dobes
Coach

That's great! Then, on evenings and weekends, when I have unlimited minutes, do I also have unlimited incoming calls from abroad, or are they still counted in my airtime minutes?

Pamely
Ambassador

yeap during your free calling time, you can receive as many calls as you want from anywhere in the world. 🙂 Be careful with outgoing calls and if you want to call LD number if your package doesn't include LD. but for incoming as long as you are on your local area, no problem hun! 🙂